As far as my husband knows, the Lakota did not traditionally have a swastika symbol, but do have the sign for the Four Directions.
This would be an example:
In the traditional Lakota, the west is black, the north is red, the east is yellow and the south is white.
The Lakota are one of the few 'tribes of man' that place RED in the NORTH.
That is an anomaly...it is unusual to find it placed there.
RED is usually positioned in the east or south.
I have found anomalies can be the clues leading to greater insight though and even more coincidences. So I did some inquiring into the Lakota.
Never realized they were part of a 'Sioux' conglomerate.
In grade school I hated what they termed 'public speaking'.
It was an exercise where you needed to memorize a topic of your choice, and present it in front of the entire class.
This 'exercise' caused me great distress and anxiety.
To this day I remember the two topics I chose and presented.
CaSSius Clay before he converted to Islam and became Muhammad Ali, was one of my topics.
I thought Ali was a great performer/mensch and still do.
The other was General George Armstrong Custard.
In the early sixties I watched a film, 'They Died With Their Boots On', starring my hero Errol Flynn, who had portrayed Custer, maybe that is why I liked Custer.
That was then, as a child being influenced by what I was watching on tv, before I grew up and realized Custer represents the strong arm of Judeao/Christian beliefs.
Might is Right, in God we Trust, all others pay cash.
And this holier than thou tribe saw it fit to indulge in bio-chem warfare, trading with the 'heathens', an intent to do harm...small pox laden blankets.
Would I stand up today and say Custer and what he represented is great and worth honoring?
The Lakota with their allies, the Arapaho and the Northern Cheyenne, defeated General George Crook's army at the Battle of the Rosebud and a week later defeated the U.S. 7th Cavalry in 1876 at the Battle of the Little Bighorn, killing 258 soldiers, wiping out the entire Custer battalion...
One statistic caught my eye.
Those digits seem to follow me around.
258 contains the KEY 528, the story of mi life.
Did I find the reason for the anomaly?
Not specifically, but it could suggest a time prior to a polarity flip.
Or ... it could suggest an orientation similar to the fact that early Arab map makers were also known for placing 'south' in the north.
The difference of orientation is seen as 'perspective'.
A quantum conclusion where the observer affects the observation.
A difference of orientation that we can examine using tools we use ALL the time.
Similar to the number keypad on your keyboard or a calculator.
The three sequences are arranged by using the numbers 1-9.
Placing them into a 3x3 grid.
7 8 9
4 5 6
1 2 3
But on a cellphone the reverse is true.
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
They appear as images of each other...both valid.
One is in the north and one is in the south.
3 vertical columns or rows of numbers, similar to the Kabbalistic Tree of Life.
These sequences are simple, yet vortex mathematician Marko Rodin claims to have invented a highly efficient, maybe even a 'free energy device' based on combining the sequences 147 and 258.
Those six digits appear (not in that order) when you divide a number by magical 7.
Thus 22/7 = Pi
Marko Rodin isolated 3, 6, and 9.
So does Lo Shu.
The Lo Shu magic square (I Ching) arranges those 9 numbers in a specific order.
The numbers 258 comprise one of the diagonals, along with 456.
All horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines add up to 15.
What is the significance of 15?
Can we connect 15 to the 4 colors found on an Indian Medicine Wheel concerning light and orientation?http://kachina2012.wordpress.com/2008/0 ... lvator-15/
And in the above SS logo belonging to the Secret Service Mi5 we see three 3x3 grids or GATES.
What if Lo Shu magic knows how to open those *Stargates*.
What is the glyph that shares the number 3 key on your keyboard?